Mrs. Meyer's logo interpreted in digital form by Gimlet Rose
Wire Fox Terriers do love to share the dirt. And, occasionally, we like to roll in it.
That's why we're glad to make a discovery worthy of Sir Howard Carter's little Egyptian stumble in 1922... What was that again? Oh, yeah. King Tut's Tomb.
Plenty of digging and dirt there, we bet. Too bad we weren't around to make our discovery.
But here we are, fast-forwarded to the Age of Cleanliness ... and Mrs. Meyers.
Who is she?
She's the person who helps keep our doggie pad clean and smelling like lavender, lemon verbena, geranium, sage or ... basil.
We will uncover our own dirt: we've all had some mishaps along the way. Nigel tracked a few things into the bedroom, and then Gimlet likes to roll in filth and run into her crate and Sam... Sam is familiar with the phrase "Clean-up on Aisle 4!"
Joe the Cat sometimes jumps off his place on the kitchen pass-through and meanders on the kitchen counter until apprehended. Time for Mrs. Meyers and her counter top spray.
We use her laundry and household products and our little souls are all the cleaner and better for it. And yes, yes, yes ... she carries "pet products." The wipes, the air freshener, the stain remover ... we leave you to your imagination there. Let's not linger on pets and their little quirks.
Has anyone made any backroom deals with us? Why are we writing this? We pass it along because we think you might benefit. There's also the very large consideration that Mrs. Meyers has a policy of absolutely NO ANIMAL TESTING for any of their products. No bones crossed paws and no jobs are in the offing. (Although if Mrs. Meyers has any vermin in her factory, Gimlet will gladly lend her services.)
Now, if only she would develop a "Wet Dog" scent ... wouldn't that be a top seller!